The title of this article contains three key words, which are: Law, serious and business. Not necessarily in that order of course. Let me pose a question to you. If you currently work in a law firm (in any capacity), which word would you associate most with, I wonder, in describing what your firm (or any law firm for that matter), is about?
But then after they sign up, many of them do not actually do anything much. I suppose they thought that signing up was all they had to do. While this is a great first step, it is only that. The first step. You have to continue litigation walking forward.
Look for someone open to a fixed fee arrangement. No one I know wants to retain a lawyer not knowing what the final bill will be. While this is often difficult for a lawyer to estimate, he (she) may be open to a flexible or fixed fee arrangement. And he (she) should be able to give you at least a good idea on the fees.
Take chances if you want your business to stand out and be successful. No matter how successful a business, it’s important to keep it fresh and up to date. This will entice new people as well as keep your current customers coming back. Changing up your routine gives you the chance to perfect things.
Insolvency. When a company cannot afford to pay its debts. The type of company you have set up will affect what happens in this situation — you may be liable for all of the debt yourself, or for none.
Distinct concept: Many DUI law firms if not all have business cards. In my opinion most of the business cards I have seen from fellow DUI Attorneys are boring, plain, and simple. In today’s day and age owning and operating a DUI law firm is very competitive. Having a business card that sets your apart will help you stand out from the competition. Having a distinct concept is one aspect of this. Different colors, fonts, and designs help accomplish this.
One of the most popular books on this subject is R. L. Miller and G. A. Jentz’s Business Law Today. Many readers agree that this book provides cases that are relevant to the issues that many businessmen of today face when starting or running their businesses. This book illustrates the topic in the most interesting way possible and it does not have any unnecessary information, avoiding any possible confusion over a certain area of business law. This book is a good reference book even if you are not an academic or a student.